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For several months I have been stating that the VA just sent me a letter for a re-examination of my PTSD. That it was the VA, that I had not sent in any request for an increase. Well, I talked to my Lawyer's office, and they informed me that I had sent in a request for an increase. I still do not recall doing this.

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Papa - I see you're 70%. If you've applied for TDIU, the VA considers this a request for an increase.

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For several months I have been stating that the VA just sent me a letter for a re-examination of my PTSD. That it was the VA, that I had not sent in any request for an increase. Well, I talked to my Lawyer's office, and they informed me that I had sent in a request for an increase. I still do not recall doing this.

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I'm currently 10% Ears Ringing, 20% DMII, 30% PTSD, and 30% Parkinson. The C&P doctor clearly states that I'm not able to work with my PTSD, and my Neurologist has informed the VA that there I am incapable of ever working again. Do not understand why it has taken the VA over a year on the PTSD appeal, unless they are having an issue with what the doctor stated in her report that links my PTSD with my overeating. I don't think the VA likes that, as it brings up so many other medical issues. JMHO

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